Make your i3wm config a little more stylish
npm install i3-style
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Make your i3 config a little more stylish.
Warning: i3-style is experimental. It may eat your config! Please back up your config file every time you use it until it is stable.
i3-style applies a theme to your i3 config file to change the colorscheme of the window decorations and the different parts of i3bar. It's designed especially for people who make frequent changes to their colorscheme to get things just right.
- Easy to try out new themes right after you install.
- Themes are easy to read, modify, and share.
- Modifies your theme in place - extra template files are not needed.
For an overview of the capabilities of i3-style, see my blog post.
To install with npm:
npm install -g i3-style
i3-style executable should now be in your PATH.
First of all, it's always a good idea to make a backup of your config before you try a new theme so you can get things back to how they were. Then just call
i3-style with the name of the theme you want to try and where you want to write the config file to. i3-style will look for your config in the default place and apply the theme. Then just restart i3 and enjoy the new theme.
cp ~/.i3/config ~/.i3/config.backup i3-style solarized -o ~/.i3/config i3-msg restart
themes directory for the list of built-in themes.
If you want to modify a theme, copy it from
themes and give it a
.yaml extension. The object format is well-documented and includes support for color aliases. Then back up your config and call i3-style.
i3-style ~/.i3/solarized.yaml -o ~/.i3/config
Just keep doing that until you get it perfect (which might be never).
# solarized colorscheme by lasers (no cyan version) --- colors: base03: '#002b36' base02: '#073642' base01: '#586e75' base00: '#657b83' base0: '#839496' base1: '#93a1a1' base2: '#eee8d5' base3: '#fdf6e3' yellow: '#b58900' orange: '#cb4b16' red: '#dc322f' magenta: '#d33682' violet: '#6c71c4' blue: '#268bd2' cyan: '#2aa198' green: '#859900' custom: '#1c5766' window_colors: focused: border: 'green' background: 'green' text: 'base3' indicator: 'green' focused_inactive: border: 'base02' background: 'base02' text: 'base2' indicator: 'violet' unfocused: border: 'base02' background: 'base02' text: 'base1' indicator: 'base01' urgent: border: 'magenta' background: 'magenta' text: 'base3' indicator: 'red' bar_colors: separator: 'red' background: 'base03' statusline: 'blue' focused_workspace: border: 'base3' background: 'green' text: 'base3' active_workspace: border: 'base3' background: 'violet' text: 'base3' inactive_workspace: border: 'base01' background: 'base1' text: 'base03' urgent_workspace: border: 'magenta' background: 'magenta' text: 'base3'
Send us themes!
If you've made a new theme, or made an improvement to an existing theme, please make a pull request adding your theme to the
This work is available under a FreeBSD License (see LICENSE).
Copyright © 2013, Tony Crisci
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